Dataset

The dataset mentioned in [1] and [3] is available for download. If you use this dataset in your work, please cite [3].

References

If you use DINC in your work, please cite [1]

The underlying methods of DINC are presented in greater details in [1]. The functionalities of the webserver are described in [2]

To learn more about the challenges of protein flexibility in molecular docking, please read [4].


  1. D. Devaurs, D.A. Antunes, S. Hall-Swan, N. Mitchell, M. Moll, G. Lizée, and L. E. Kavraki, “Using parallelized incremental meta-docking can solve the conformational sampling issue when docking large ligands to proteins," BMC Molecular and Cell Biology, vol. 20, no. 1, p. 42, 2019.

  2. D. A. Antunes, M. Moll, D. Devaurs, K. R. Jackson, G. Lizée, and L. E. Kavraki, “DINC 2.0: a new protein-peptide docking webserver using an incremental approach,” Cancer Research, vol. 77, no. 21, pp. e55–57, 2017.

  3. A. Dhanik, J. McMurray, and L. E. Kavraki, “DINC: A new AutoDock-based protocol for docking large ligands,” BMC Structural Biology, vol. 13, no. Suppl 1, p. S11, 2013.

  4. D. A. Antunes, D. Devaurs, and L. E. Kavraki, “Understanding the challenges of protein flexibility in drug design,” Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, vol. 10, no. 12, pp. 1301–1313, 2015.